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SOME Symposium is Going Virtual – Confirm Your Support

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SOME Symposium is Going Virtual – Confirm Your Support

7th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
“SHIP OPERATIONS, MANAGEMENT & ECONOMICS”
VIRTUAL CONFERENCE AGENDA – “SOME 2021”
Tuesday 6 April 2021

 The link to the event platform

  • Technical Content available Online to view on demand.
    To view Technical Content and Presentations on demand, follow this link. link.
  • 14:30 – 15:00 | Welcome Remarks
  • 15:00 – 15:45 | Keynote Speech I
  • 15:45 – 16:00 | Sponsors Message I
  • 16:00 – 17:15 | Online Streaming of Session I: “Design & Fabrication”
  • 17:15 – 18:00 | Online Q&A and Discussion for Session I
  • 18:00 – 19:15 | Online Streaming of Session II: “Digitalization, Computers & Shipping”
  • 19:15 – 20:00 | Online Q&A and Discussion for Session II
    Join the online livestream seminar via this link.
    Wednesday 7 April 2021
  • Technical Content available Online to view on demand.
    To view Technical Content and Presentations on demand, follow this link.
  • 15:00 – 15:45 | Keynote Speech II
  • 15:45 – 16:00 | Sponsors Message II
  • 16:00 – 17:15 | Online Streaming of Session III: “Operations & Emissions”
  • 17:15 – 18:00 | Online Q&A and Discussion for Session III
  • 18:00 – 19:15 | Online Streaming of Session IV: “Legal, Financial & Regulatory Aspects”
  • 19:15 – 20:00 | Online Q&A and Discussion for Session IV
  • 20:00 – 20:30 | Closing Remarks
    Join the online livestream seminar via this link.

Day 1: Tuesday 6 April 2021

Keynote Speech I: “Replace or Renew – Evaluating Renewal Options for Middle-Aged Ships”, by Dr. Arlie

G. Sterling, Marsoft Inc.

Session I: Design & Fabrication

  1. “Challenges in the Design of Propulsion Shafting” by J. E. Kokarakis, Bureau Veritas
  2. “Practical Aspects of Propulsion Shaft Alignment” by K. Avgouleas, E. Sarris, and G. Gougoulidis,
    Hellenic Navy
  3. “Examination of Sensitization on 5xxx Series Aluminum Alloy Sheets from Structural Parts of
    Hellenic Navy High-Speed Craft” by M. K. Galoni, G. Gougoulidis, D. Pantelis, and S.
    Papaefthymiou, National Technical University of Athens & Salamis Naval Base Research
    Department
  4. “Experimental Investigation of the Effect of Superhydrophobic Coating and Microbubbles
    Lubrication on the Resistance of a Scaled Ship” by P. H. Lee, D. E. Liarokapis, J. P. Trachanas, G. S.

Triantafyllou, and G. D. Tzabiras, National Technical University of Athens

Session II: Digitalization, Computers & Shipping

  1. “Autonomous and Optimized Ship Routing” by I. Emiris, ATHENA Research Center & National
    and Kapodistrian University of Athens
  2. “Novel Processing of Vibration Big Data Acquired by an Advanced Data Recording System: A
    Targeted Industry Need” by K. Papafotis, I. T. Georgiou, N. Kintzios, I. Margaritis, and P. P.
    Sotiriadis, National Technical University of Athens & DeltaPi Diagnostics
  3. “Data-driven Ship Propulsion Modeling with Artificial Neural Networks”, by P. Karagiannidis and
    N. Themelis, National Technical University of Athens
  4. “What the Shipbuilding Future Holds in Terms of CAD/CAM/CIM Systems” by R. Perez
    Fernandez, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

Day 2: Wednesday 7 April 2021

Keynote Speech II: “Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Shipping: Status and Perspectives towards

Decarbonisation”, by Dr. German Weisser, Winterthur Gas & Diesel

Session III: Operations & Emissions

  1. “Risk Management of Tank Overflow on Tankers Carrying Multiple Grades of Crude Oil” by N.
    Adamopoulos, Maran Tankers Management
  2. “Effect of Low-Sulfur Fuel on Auxiliary Engine Combustion and Performance”, by Th. Chountalas
    and M. Founti, National Technical University of Athens
  3. “A ‘Well-to-Propeller’ LCA of Alternative Fuel Supply Chains and Operation Profiles for Various
    Marine Vessels” by G. J. Seithe, A. Bonou, D. Giannopoulos, C. A. Georgopoulou, N. M.P. Kakalis,
    and Maria Founti, DNV-GL & National Technical University of Athens
  4. “Scrapping Probabilities and Committed CO2 Emissions of the International Ship Fleet”, M. Held,
    B. Stolz, J. Hoffmann, G. Georges, M. Bolla, and K. Boulouchos, ETH Zurich & United Nations

Conference on Trade and Development

Session IV: Legal, Financial & Regulatory Aspects

  1. “Evaluating the Operations of an LNG Shipping Company with Business Process Modelling” by G.
    O. Andreadis, C. Papaleonidas, and D. V. Lyridis, National Technical University of Athens
  2. “The Importance of Measuring the Performance of IMO Member States” by S. Peppa, University
    of West Attica
  3. “Financial and Energy Markets: Effects on Shipping Industry” by C. Bentsos, International
    Hellenic University
  4. “Legal and Technical Aspects of Responsible and Circular Marine Production” by Y. Pavlopoulou
    and E. Kostidi, National Technical University of Athens & University of the Aegean

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